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Katerina Millner

Research Assistant, Autism Center
Child Mind Institute

Katerina Millner is a research assistant in the Autism Center at the Child Mind Institute.

While earning her bachelor’s degree at the Barnard College of Columbia University, she conducted research at the Barnard Center for Toddler Development. There, she studied the effects of COVID-19 on toddler development and led weekly play sessions. She was also involved in a study aimed to investigate the effects of fixed and growth mindsets on the Imposter Phenomenon in undergraduate students.

Prior to her role at the Autism Center, Katerina served as a research assistant in the Perinatal Pathways Lab at Columbia University Irving Medical Center, studying the effects of maternal depression on infant development.

As a research assistant in the Autism Center, Katerina works under the guidance of Adriana Di Martino, MD. She facilitates research program recruitment and enrollment, as well as data collection and management. She is excited to be part of an effort to utilize brain imaging and other clinical and cognitive methodologies to further our understanding of the neurobiology of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and associated neurodevelopmental conditions.

Katerina is interested in early childhood cognitive, social, and emotional development and intends to pursue a PhD in clinical psychology.


  • BA, Psychology & Jewish Studies, Barnard College of Columbia University